Bay County Audubon Society   
                P.O. Box 1182
                   Panama City, Florida  32402

                                                                                           
                                                                                                                                                         
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Upcoming Events
Plants for Birds
Click on the following link to view a recording of our recent symposium “Birds, Bugs, and Berries” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZnN7aQ_gRDk
May 26,2018 Camp Helen State Park
Photo by Emily Ellis
Saturday, Oct. 26 Camp Helen monthly bird survey. This will start later than usual to give Choctawhatchee Audubon time to get here. Meet in the parking lot at Camp Helen State Park at 8:00am. Entrance fee is $4.00 per car unless you have a yearly pass. Bring binoculars, spotting scope if you have one, snacks and drinks. Emily Ellis will be the leader.



 Bay County Audubon Membership meeting. October 14, 2019 6:30 PM
St. Andrews Episcopal Church, Byrne Hall. 1608 Baker Court, Panama City


Program: “Plants For Birds: It Works In My Yard” by Teresa Nooney. As native habitat disappears from developing lands, the National Audubon Society has encouraged citizens to replace some of that habitat in their own yards with their “Plants For Birds” initiative. Creating a garden with native plants and a water source supports and attracts native wildlife such as birds, butterflies, reptiles, and small mammals. Teresa Nooney will show some of her photographs of the plants and wildlife visitors in her yard in eastern Panama City.

The program will be followed by a short business meeting and refreshments. The public is welcome.




​Photo by Teresa Nooney
Saturday, Nov. 2 PCB Conservation Park bird walk. There should be an increasing number of birds to see in this area and it should be cooler than it has been. Meet at 7:30 at the parking lot by the building. Bring binoculars, snacks and drinks. We will have some binoculars to lend out. This is an easy 2.5 mile walk. Ron Houser will be leading the group.
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